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By Annaivanova | Last updated: May 27, 2021
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Have you ever heard of future continuous tense? The future continuous tense is used to describe an unfinished action occurring in the future. This action can begin in the future or be in progress in the present and continue in the future. A couple of examples of the different forms of future continuous tense include “will be doing” and “be going to be doing. ” You undoubtedly must take this splendid quiz.
Questions and Answers
Don't phone me between 7 and 8. ... (we/ have) dinner then.
Tomorrow afternoon we're going to play tennis from 4.00 till 5.30. So, at 5.00 ... (we/ play) tennis.
A: Can we meet tomorrow evening?B: No, not evening. ............. (I/ work).
Do you think ........... (you/ still/ do) the same job in ten years' time?
If you need to contact me, .......... (I/ stay) at the Lion Hotel until Monday.
... (you/ see) Laura tomorrow? Can you give this book to her?
Just think! ....... (we/ swim) in the sea at this time tomorrow!
A: Why are you buying those vegetables?B: Because ............ (I/ make) vegetable soup.
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In grammar, a future tense is a verb form that generally marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future. Understand the future tense more by taking this quiz.